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MLB Standings

TeamATSATS HomeATS AwayOver / Under
Nationals
Nationals
47-23-023-10-024-13-032-29-9
Orioles
Orioles
46-24-023-16-023-8-039-24-7
Yankees
Yankees
46-26-021-11-025-15-036-29-7
Royals
Royals
43-29-025-14-018-15-036-26-10
Guardians
Guardians
41-27-018-9-023-18-033-25-10
Giants
Giants
40-34-122-16-018-18-140-26-9
Dodgers
Dodgers
39-28-019-16-020-12-032-31-4
Phillies
Phillies
39-27-022-12-017-15-037-21-8
Angels
Angels
38-32-117-15-121-17-038-25-8
Pirates
Pirates
37-30-019-14-018-16-036-27-4
Red Sox
Red Sox
36-36-017-23-019-13-037-26-9
Reds
Reds
36-34-018-17-018-17-033-28-9
Rays
Rays
34-41-019-25-015-16-046-20-9
Brewers
Brewers
34-31-116-15-118-16-034-27-5
Mariners
Mariners
34-39-121-18-013-21-130-33-11
Braves
Braves
33-36-019-13-014-23-029-33-7
Twins
Twins
33-37-018-17-015-20-032-32-6
Padres
Padres
33-36-115-20-118-16-034-25-11
Rangers
Rangers
31-40-114-19-117-21-027-41-4
Astros
Astros
31-39-017-19-014-20-027-31-12
Blue Jays
Blue Jays
31-41-013-22-018-19-036-27-9
Cubs
Cubs
31-36-016-14-015-22-042-21-4
D-backs
D-backs
30-37-215-20-015-17-235-25-9
Mets
Mets
29-34-115-21-114-13-034-25-5
Athletics
Athletics
28-41-014-18-014-23-026-32-11
Rockies
Rockies
27-38-014-17-013-21-037-25-3
Tigers
Tigers
26-36-112-16-014-20-132-23-8
White Sox
White Sox
24-45-016-18-08-27-033-27-9
Marlins
Marlins
23-43-011-26-012-17-035-28-3
Cardinals
Cardinals
0-0-00-0-00-0-00-0-0

On this page, you can find the latest MLB standings.

Our MLB standings page is updated daily and broken down by betting records, American League and National League standings, and division-by-division standings for the six divisions. Use the tab at the top of the page to filter between the betting record, AL and NL, and Division views.

MLB Teams and Divisions

American League

AL East

  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Boston Red Sox
  • New York Yankees
  • Tampa Bay Rays
  • Toronto Blue Jays

AL Central

  • Chicago White Sox
  • Cleveland Guardians
  • Detroit Tigers
  • Kansas City Royals
  • Minnesota Twins

AL West

  • Houston Astros
  • Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim
  • Oakland Athletics (moving to Las Vegas following the 2024 season)
  • Seattle Mariners
  • Texas Rangers

National League

NL East

  • Atlanta Braves
  • Miami Marlins
  • New York Mets
  • Philadelphia Phillies
  • Washington Nationals

NL Central

  • Chicago Cubs
  • Cincinnati Reds
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Louis Cardinals

NL West

  • Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Colorado Rockies
  • Los Angeles Dodgers
  • San Diego Padres
  • San Francisco Giants

However, whereas many sites that offer Major League Baseball standings, our standings page shows additional information that is designed to help sports bettors.

Along with being able to find SU (straight-up) win-loss records for all 30 teams broken down by league-wide, AL and NL, and division standings, you can find each team’s ATS (against the spread, which is known as the run line in baseball) and O/U (over/under) records.

How Do These MLB Standings Benefit Bettors?

These standings are updated daily, which means that you can use the information provided by them to help make the best possible MLB betting picks.

For example, knowing each team’s S/U and run line/ATS records can be helpful for moneyline and spread betting, while over/under records can assist with over/under betting.

So, save this page to your bookmarks, and you can use it to help you with your MLB betting picks from Opening Day until the final out of the Fall Classic.

Which Teams Will Top the MLB Standings in the 2024 Season?

In the 2023 MLB season, the Atlanta Braves, Baltimore Orioles, and Los Angeles Dodgers each won 100 or more games on the way to winning the NL East, AL East, and NL West, respectively, with NL MVP Ronald Acuna Jr. and the Braves leading the league with 104 wins.

The other divisions were won by the Minnesota Twins (AL Central), Houston Astros (AL West), and Milwaukee Brewers (NL Central).

However, none of those teams would take home the World Series title. In fact, each of the three 100-win teams fell in the divisional round, and the Astros and Philadelphia Phillies, the two teams who reached the Fall Classic in 2022, fell in the League Championship Series round.

Instead, the Texas Rangers and Arizona Diamondbacks, two wild-card teams, would meet for all the marbles. And in a five-game series, the Rangers finally ended their long wait for a championship.

Most of the aforementioned teams should be among the top contenders in the 2024 MLB season.

The Braves will be bidding for a seventh straight NL West title, while the Astros will be aiming for their seventh AL West title in eight seasons after promoting bench coach Joe Espada to manager following Dusty Baker’s retirement.

The biggest spotlight, however, will be on the Dodgers after they signed two-time AL MVP Shohei Ohtani and highly coveted pitcher Yoshinobu Yamamoto.

Also, a lot of eyes will be on the New York Yankees, who had a disappointing fourth-place finish in 2023. With three-time All-Star Juan Soto now in their ranks, the Bronx Bombers will be expected to return to the top of the AL East in 2024.

Where to Bet on Major League Baseball

Many top online sportsbooks offer a wide variety of MLB odds throughout the season.

In addition to being able to make daily MLB picks on games all season long, you can also bet on MLB MVP oddsCy Young Award odds, and MLB Rookie of the Year odds, as well as World Series winner odds.

There are many sportsbooks out there that are good for MLB betting, but here are some of the books that we have reviewed and highly recommend:

If you don’t have an account at a book on this list, check out our reviews to help you determine if it is worth your interest and your betting funds.

MLB Standings Legend

  • GP = Games played
  • W = Wins
  • L = Losses
  • GB = Games back
  • W% = Win percentage
  • RF = Total runs for
  • RA = Total runs against
  • DIFF = Overall run differential
  • HOME = Overall home record (W-L)
  • AWAY = Overall away record (W-L)
  • ATS HOME = Home record against the spread/run line
  • ATS AWAY = Away record against the spread/run line
  • OVER/UNDER = Over/under record

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